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A trailer hitch is used to connect or couple up a trailer to a towing vehicle like a truck or an SUV. Unlike the typical tow hooks attached to the frame and are usually located on either left or right side of the vehicle, trailer hitches are located dead-center of the vehicle for better stability and control of the towing vehicle while driving with a trailer attached to it. Replace a bent or broken trailer hitch to prevent the trailer from disengaging from the towing vehicle and avoid accidents. Auto Parts Network provides only the toughest parts there is to find. Hide
All CURT hitches feature WeatherTite construction, which prevents rusting from the inside out by sealing the main body of the hitch. The receiver tube has an open back end to allow for easy cleaning and for dirt and moisture to pass through and not get trapped. All CURT hitches come with mounting hardware and installation instructions. CURT is the only hitch company in the industry that mechanically de-scales all of their hitches before applying a thick powder coat finish, which is baked on for a high-gloss, smooth surface. CURT trailer hitches are simply the most attractive, most durable and toughest hitch on the market.
|1977 - Nissan 280Z||Rear|
|1978 - Nissan 280Z||Rear|